Frequently, you can use saline or other nose drops to keep the nasal passages clean and keep inflammation down.
Don’t Force It
If you need to blow your nose, never do so forcefully. This can be a sure way to start up a nosebleed.
When you go to bed at night, prop yourself up on a couple of pillows rather than sleeping completely flat.
Make sure you are drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated throughout the day and night. You can also purchase moisturizing nose sprays or lotions that can help keep your nasal passages hydrated.
If you live in a dry home or your office is very dry, you can use a humidifier to make the indoor air you are breathing much more comfortable.
Limit Your Medication Use
Certain medications will cause more nosebleeds to occur like antihistimines, blood thinners, decongestants and more.
Blood Pressure Control
Make sure your blood pressure is within a normal range.